S. Guzman-C books in order
I've allowed little to be said about me as of now, as it would be inessential. But "The eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda" explains why I became a nomad, why I became a vagabond in Mexico.
- 9/11 Truth: Implications (2013)
- A Vagabond in Mexico (1993)
- The Eye of the Dragon: Stalking Castaneda (2011)
Detailed book overview
The terrible events of September 11, 2001 will forever be etched on the memories of those families affected and, by extension, humanity all over.
But was it really a "terrorist attack"?
Profuse evidence unearthed has already exposed the fact that 9/11 was an inside job.
And if you still have any lingering doubts, feel free to visit ae911truth.org for more research.
This book examines the rather grave implications that this false flag has.
What exactly does the future of humanity look like given that power is in the hands of a few psychopaths who control economies, governments, and the media?
We have a problem, a very serious problem. The enemy is within, and is much worse than an invading army.
This book by S. Guzman-C is an autobiographical novel about one man's journey to Mexico in search of a new beginning.
But with each adventure he encounters, he emboldens and becomes more of a participant than a mere spectator, as he becomes entangled with the Mexican culture.
Short on finances, he plunges deeper into the harsh world of the underpaid worker.
Overwhelmed by poverty, he must find a way of leaving the country.
Get to know about his journey, both outward and inward, by reading this novel.
In this book, the author has come up with a charming metaphysical tale about the work of Carlos Castaneda.
He is not only narrating about his own escapades and encounters, but also using them as metaphors for the actual teachings.
Guzman's style of writing is quite engaging to say the least. His personal touch warms up the material and the marvelous cadence in his works captures the reader’s intrigue and attention till the very end.